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In this edition of "Focus on Gender," we present the study's findings, emphasizing rural women in agribusiness and rural tourism ownership, their access to finance, funding opportunities, and the barriers they encounter. Additionally, this issue provides recommendations aimed at addressing these pertinent issues.
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This brief serves an analysis for the general and local elections in Women's Political Participation in Türkiye.
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The progress brochure “Women’s Entrepreneurship EXPO” unpacks the behind-the-scenes details and current results of the initiative launched by the UN Women Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia in 2021, in collaboration with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Yıldız Holding. The EXPO, dedicated to women entrepreneurs or those aspiring to become entrepreneurs, has emerged as a cornerstone of the global Women’s Entrepreneurship Accelerator.
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Six months after the Armenia Refugee crisis, the needs of refugees with disabilities are yet to be met especially women and girls with disabilities. The Gender Alert No.2 highlights the situation of the refugees with disabilities and provides insight into the gender-specific challenges and barriers to humanitarian assistance for women, men, girls and boys with disabilities in the six months following the displacement.
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Soru Cevaplarla Şiddetle Mücadele Rehberi" (Guide to Combatting Violence with Questions and Answers) provides clear steps and resources for women facing violence, ensuring safety, legal protection, and support.
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5 Adımda Adli Yardım Kapsamında Avukat Desteği (5 Steps to Legal Aid) is a concise guide offering a roadmap for accessing legal assistance, highlighting support from Legal Support and Victim Services Directorates (Adli Destek ve Mağdur Hizmetleri Müdürlükleri).
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Deprem Kaynaklı Sorunlara İlişkin Haklarınız (Your Rights Regarding Earthquake-Related Issues) is a brochure summarizing legal rights and procedures for those affected by earthquakes, providing essential information for navigating earthquake aftermaths and accessing support.
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Gender Responsive Budgeting Strategy Document and Action Plan aims empowering women and achieving gender equality in Türkiye through the systematic and sustainable integration of gender equality perspective into the national and local policy making, planning, and budgeting processes.
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This booklet shares insights into the gender-responsive budgeting analyses that were conducted in selected pilot municipalities within the scope of the Implementation of Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting in Turkey Project.
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This booklet shares insights into the gender-responsive budgeting analyses that were conducted in selected central level public institutions within the scope of the Implementation of Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting in Turkey Project.
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2023 posed significant challenges due to the earthquakes on February 6, causing widespread destruction and loss of life in 11 provinces. The Highlights 2023 report narrates UN Women Türkiye's journey throughout the year, showcasing its work and main results achieved under its programmes and campaigns.
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The brief on the "Enhancing Women's Post-Earthquake Legal Literacy" provides information about the project which marks the first partnership between UN Women Türkiye and the Union of Turkish Bar Associations (UTBA), addressing urgent need for legal support and empowerment following the devastating earthquakes that struck Türkiye on February 6th, 2023.
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The infographic sheds light on the impact of childcare responsibilities on women’s labour force participation in North Macedonia based on a detailed analysis and visualization of data from official statistics and publicly available research. The product presents solutions such as investing in daycare, involving fathers, promoting flexible work arrangements, and introducing paid parental leave to support working mothers and foster a family-friendly economy.
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The infographic unveils the stark realities of domestic violence and access to justice in North Macedonia through a comprehensive data analysis and visualization. A dedicated team of government officials and civil society activists meticulously delved into official statistics, publicly available research and open sources to deep dive into this specific issue. This eye-opening product will serve as an advocacy tool to champion effective policies and programmes that ensure the safety of all women and girls within their homes.
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The third issue of the "Her Aftermath - The Impact of the Earthquakes in Türkiye" series focuses on the most pressing issues women face to exercise their rights and legal needs in the aftermath of the earthquakes that took place in February 2023 in Türkiye. The report summarizes the main findings of the research and provides recommendations for further work which can be conducted during the recovery process on women’s access to justice.
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The factsheet provides a snapshot of the current funding situation for local organisations working on gender equality – including women-led organisations, women’s rights organisations, LGBTQIA+ led organisations, and other local organisations addressing gendered issues – working on the humanitarian and refugee response to the Ukraine crisis.
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The issue paper “A snapshot on gender and poverty in Europe and Central Asia” was compiled by the UN Women Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia in preparation of the 68th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. This snapshot explores the intersection of poverty and gender, identifies pathways for policy change, and emphasize the urgent need for gender-responsive solutions to address poverty.
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Regional parallel performance audit in the field of gender equality implemented by the State Audit Institution of the Republic of Serbia, State Audit Institution of Montenegro, Audit Office of the Institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Audit Office of the Institutions in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Supreme Audit Office of the Republika Srpska Public Sector.
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Althouth WLOs, WROs, and LGBTQIA+ organizations have been central in the humanitarian response to the Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine, two years into the invasion they continue to face challenges accessing funding and resources. This factsheet presents the results of a survey conducted by the UN Women Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia to investigate the funding challenges faced by these organizations two years into the full-scale invasion.
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This regional research, implemented by UN Women and co-designed, conducted and developed by five young researchers from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo1, North Macedonia, and Serbia aims to explore the linkages between youth development, gender equality, and social cohesion challenges in the region. The insights gained from the research provide valuable information on how youth from across the region would like to see gender equality and social cohesion challenges tackled.